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VOL. V. PTO. 149.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1895.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

DEPEW ON COLLEGE MEN.
WHAT COLLEGE MEN HAVE BE-
FORE THEM TO PERFORM.
A Large and Orderly Crowd-A Fine
Talk-Coin's Financial School Re-
ceives a Drubbing-President An-
gall Introduced Him-Trilby Com-
mended Strongly.
At S o'clock yesterday afternoon Ui-
versity 11ail1was crowdeci by aicaud-
ience eager to hear Anerica's mot
poplahr orator, Cauncy AL Depew,
andc when the speaker appieaed, a-
eoiniaiieilby Preside of Auell, en-
sloe Dcnniels W IK. andetCrneliso
Vtandcerbilt, he woo received -with a
trrific outburst of apase. r.
Depie's address, wiill nit a stluied
sieelh, was of a characer wel11 suitdi
to the occasion.andelfoe overisntocir
held the absolute attentio of his
lic rrs.
The main point wvhich the orator
sought to cisipasine .was thec positioi
whichi colege-bred men should acd
do hld with respect to the eligte-
ment anid proges of the Rocrlc.lie11
teseribed tie present lpeiod of history
aolln eiocli of fads, foolihtiteoris.
sod faiciful, unsound doctries, onhic
it weas lie duty ofthlie America col-
lege masn to Overhrowon id subtitute
with souindciad healthsfuli ideas Th'is
condition of tings to caused by tie
fact that seanc and electricity hare
cused such stupencdocus Cicang_ ill
our socici nnd industrial ergauizetioi
tlit civilization has n100 yet hd
Tillie to sbject itself to ci c couchi-
In this connecion Mir. Depew sonol
of tie celebrated Con's IFiacneil
school as embodyig se of these
ilangorous and unsound iiocsyncasies
of mcodern thought. A tbock which
ias perhatps converted tonsuands of
pceope to the ideas it advocates, bw
iich is imade uptiof minssaenicent,
lies, crudities, false premiises, and
fclse conclusions. Tlie great Delcs
strike of last summler, assci product
of the prevailing lnwhloesoiieicc'of0
thought, found many sympathizers, a-
though iiblckcled the peole's hig-
ways and paralyzed our inucstry.
Anarchy, ultra-sociaiinn, and kindred
lereses of thought are still other pro-
ducts of the times.
These liings cannot be laughed, rid-
iculed, whipped out of existence. It
is for the university-bred plan to des-
troy them by the strengthi of il in-
leeot and training
Mir. Depew, however, took a dleided !
stand agaist the proposition flit the
world is degenerating in moral qr I-
tellectual character. Wve ate outgow-
lug Tolso, Zola, Isben, and olhexs of
at like stripe, lie fadts of a ccy, and
are getting ack ts wholesomneliing

nature in sunchcbusies as Trilby. That. THE REGENTS SAID TO OWN IT.
tin poitial orl isreginealtngThe Detroit City Hail Site Title Ap-

t

ninny Ice se in frcculctine overthrocw of
Tcnmnnmcny andnciprogeso of civil ser-
vie'reformc.
Tilesipeanker clc',secl iy conng'otnlat-
ing thce University oi its schcool of
oraitory. thcrocughn the meedicnnc of an
elecilltcit tribucte.to tlice'it of thaet
erainde, old rccan--Glce'stone. "'hien on
a niglhttwo yeacns or icore ago Mr.
Deipeon'scowa in tt~le:,old imcnnrise.ic
lice ounsn' of Cccncoics andclrising
,hcove self, above party aniiicefinic
tine tradcitionns of tine E'niioli thcrone.
Ice felt, clttcccngiln not.blcvicng isnlice
tradciticcns, thcct hice' lcrcitical wichi
calwcnys ice had long'ed to thecar- 11i10
techieci iy lice'iniger of(toll.
Adelohi's Fins Program.
'T'he Aclelnii society' have beein pre-
inrinng a veny nice roegcrain wichi will
be gi-cnn icc ihc' pcclitciat til e i''nnl
mncceting cof tine society, Scatuirciay ecnc-
incg at 7:311. ice gener-alpubcic rein
icct only adcititedl tco, but inted to
niteie tlie society icietings. 'ftc
ice cttnng will 'not be inn roonm U, cs
wcns inadicvertenitly annnoucncedi, int inn
roconm N. Thce piornci fcollowvs:
P'icnoc solo, tin. Huighccs; inncicccnnicts
spceec, Sin'. ancs; recitatison, NIr.
ICmcptcell;t incusic s('le'ctedc, Ladies'
Giuitcir mcnl.tianjo clubi; debate, "tie-
so'e ci, thact tineinited Stales shlnd
estccilishc cincctionacl unniversity ccl
W'cnaslinngtonc, aff.,'Mr. 'l'homnas; cng.,
Mr. Louniscil; voccal solo, MisstBeach;

pears to Be Vested In the Regents.
D"'troit, Micih., Special Isottce Daily,
Mcny 3.-Houn. C. i. Bunrtonn, whno hacs
beenn examninnincg the title is tine Gris-
wolcd st. portiscn of line city hail sitec
wichclhins givein rise to nchc dispunte,
hcas conmptletecd his resecirchc. Tis icor-
lion of lice site wcns formierly lot 1ti of
tine governor's accd jucdge'slst. 'lie
titic' was trasferredi to tine University
of 'Michcigan sin condeiion that a school
be maciintainned thcere. Thce conidition,
it is climncedi,wans fulilled untlit1cc
city was icermiittedi to retakee tine iron-
erty on a pronnise to peay $151100 there-
for withn intierest at 7 per cent.O.if
tis amounut tine regennts hacve 'eceivedi
nacsolntely nothing, altihoughln $,000tt
hictrreguniarly bec'n paiic tinte stccte.
Tineicrinceical and fcrtya'cirs' interest,
makcieing, quite a sum, is thce ancount
noon'cicne tine regennts fromnntine city,
The Dental Journal.
'lie thnirdI numcber of lice Diental
Jouirnani for 1893i is bc'ing nmaieci Ic
snntccribers. The Jounacl cas. been
punblcishcedlunnder lice -ansicecs of ti
Den'ctanisociety of tine Univcr'ity 01
Michcignc, bcut thneogh so icuilishlecdtic'
papccr' has niee' beecn cistrictly olci-
d,,nticalce r.'fhe.Jounrnnal nnow'inacugun-
rates a new policy ha' litcniing thli
conntributors to mne'ccbers ef tin'eidet-
nienit.
Tine ncumbcer is a ceciti to thi-n ii-
versity'. Tics leaidiing anticiesoare

SEE OUR WINDOW!
le-r
THERE MAY BE
SOMIETHOING
INI IT."
51 gouth Main S.
FASHIONABLETAILORING
Elegant Gradcating or liht Sat
made ron Imported or Finest
Do~estic + "Woolens
for $22.00 and uip, Fal Dress Suit
$27.00, work made at hocus bears
inspection by any High Class
'iailor and Cutter. Will be
pleased In have ynea call and e
convinced.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
10 E. Washington st., up stairs.
E[OT JZSTICTES
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+ TUTTLE'S,
t48 S. STATE ST.
JUST ARRIVED!
A SHIPIMENT OF
Gents' [ice Iae Shoes
FR. ~sPR~nqc.
JACOBS & ALL2MAND
Washingtn Blsck, Ann Arbeor.
P. S.-See our Show Window.
ED. A. CADIEUX.
PrasRannos or Tac
Latest Improved Barber Shoe
In Ike city. E. Wasieglton s., ht done
east ef ManeS. Ass Arbor.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
JOLLY & Co'S
15 SOUTH SsTATE S, Don't fail t ca..
Not acich(',ld l 5 4. a~l~unt All I r.
PROF. JOHNSON'S
Illustrative Cases on
Bills and Notes
AND
NORTON ON BILLS AND NOTES
NOW ON SALE AT
WA HR'S.
Up Tows, - Dews Tow,
Dnlverslty~sok~tbrc, oppesieCoeurlhlosr
2OS.ISae$514 4 N. Man St
ANN ARBOR-

sci d't rc'cding, dMr. toiessun; iulce, Ifetloho sof tBleachinig'fedetn, icy Mis
Silos Wnitc'n; munusic sclectecd, Lhecs' Elizcabccth Vcc Breenc, '"57; (Cause'.
Giuitar amid Bacnjo c'lb. and Treatnct of Pyorrhea :Ab-co-

Kelsey-Lamson Affair Postponed.
This cntcrtcainncccnt annoutnnced to be
go-co innthne'Pre'sbyterinnchnnrchn Macy
4, by Profs. F. W. K-Isey aud Gard-
nier S. Lamnnsonn, hacs beicein auq'ed to
Fridny cvenning, tMny1.0 on ncouut of
lice illnedss of Prof. F. WV. Kesey, nn-
less dliff'enenty annunnced lcte'r lice
I, cturc' oill oceunron Sicty 10, inc tic
Prd'otytrdn nchiurchn. A line urognami
hccs bee'nn cnancged. iHoldenrs of ''ickects
notic' e' ,cinnne.
Inter-Class Bn-ball Schedule.
Tie schedulhe of inue.r-class bcaeball
ganies for thne 'varsity cinnn-nlionshiic
hia bees made out. by AssisatMitSan-
nger 1Rich ans folloons: 'in5 vs. '96, Slay
20; '97 vs. '98, Slay 21; '95 vs. hcd L,
SMay 22; Hlighi School vs.,oinner of
Slay 22 gamse, May 213; woinmner of Slay
20 gamse vs. winner of iMy 2t gamne.
Jutno 3; final for chadmpion hnipt ie-
toneso winners of last too games,
JTune 0.
M11r. C. 0. Davis, '95;, nnabeen called,
to his Iomue -at 'Macom)) by the death
of.his fathe r which occurred Tuesd' .y.

innis, by M1iss Malry B. Cectns, B1. S.,
'its; W-lepnntatioun of Teethn, ut' Olnecy
B. ilinmnnna, '95; Prinmittid' Dentstry,
by II. H. Lauderdale, 'h95; anch tide-
tenda of the Mlotlhi, by C. HI. Biley,
9. There are, also repiorts of 01cc
dlentl clinic, diepacrtmntnoemites, 'te.,
onich are of intc'aest ho Icoth dic-ItaI
stdudeunts amidIprmactitoners..
95's Last Class Sochal.
The lactt lass social of this class of
'915. andl Iroicatchy i he ldst of its chau'-
acdter ton be held this yanr, took tlace'
last evennincg at Girantger's. About forty
conuiclcs wo-re present, to enjoy tine trs-
grain of eighnte'en twvo-stepcslund
onatzes cwhichn hadi berm arraintgecl for
the occasioun. Tine nusic wvas nil tlint
coulid be wishned for, and withntlie'
linmited numnber. present everyone wnas
given tine best finance for enjoying rice
dances. One; featunre of tine eveanlng
ovas tine large number from sthner
classes wino wero present.. Sleadames
Beman. and Greene acted as chaps-
routes.
-Comedy Club, AthleticIBeniefit, ;Slay
10.-

veut 'c cc

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